As John Stamos aptly place it final evening, there's nothing additional American than celebrating July 4 at Coney Island listening to the Beach Boys.
The iconic band brought out Mike Love, Bruce Johnston and Stamos to sing all the iconic jams in front of a patriotic audience. It was also a night of reflection, as the band paid homage to the 50th anniversary of its legendary album "Pet Sounds."
Right here are the highlights:
Jesse & The Rippers Are Back!
Stamos becoming Stamos played his iconic "Full Property" hit "Forever" to the delight of the audience.
John Stamos plays classic #FullHouse song Forever at #beachboys show ... time to bring back The Rippers pic.twitter.com/P3sDL1zuq2
Terrific Jesse & The Rippers show... opening act solid little known band referred to as the Beach Boys #beachboys @JohnStamos pic.twitter.com/XMNsrOHdym
Delighted 4th. #BeachBoys #ConeyIsland #AmericasBand
A photo posted by John Stamos (@johnstamos) on Jul four, 2016 at 9:20pm PDT
Images from his Uncle Jesse days played as Stamos performed.
Tribute to the Late Carl Wilson
In the middle of the show, the band played "God Only Knows" and utilised recordings of Carl, who died in 1998, to carry the tune. It was a somber, but inspiring moment as the band honored a single of its founding members.
Beach Boys play God Only Knows and tribute to late Carl Wilson, vocals done by recording of his voice pic.twitter.com/ezgWYzBW2B
"I Get Around," "Don't Worry Baby," "Kokomo," "California Girls" and several, many additional.
The hits kept coming on July four.
If you've ever been to Coney Island, the new Ford Amphitheater is correct off the boardwalk.
So, fireworks were exploding as the Beach Boys were singing their classic tunes. You could stand outside, as lots of individuals did, and just listen to the jams.
Also, throughout "Assistance me Rhonda," Johnston wanted to get the audience definitely involved and held a sing-along for the chorus. The words popped up on screen and the crowd took over for the band's backup singers.
Pleased 4th of July! pic.twitter.com/sfYOMBqcrU
The audience was dressed to the nines in their best red, white and blue memorabilia. Stamos took to the mic later in the evening and paid tribute and respect to all those who make America the no cost nation it is.
There wasn't a additional patriotic place to be in the complete nation.
?? ?? ?? now, celebrating #IndependenceDay with @TheBeachBoys & @JohnStamos TONIGHT! ?? ???? ?? pic.twitter.com/zaRoAdrVyo
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